white supremacy

Members of the Proud Boys during a protest on Dec. 12, 2020, in Washington, DC. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

Designating the Proud Boys as a terrorist organization is a mistake

Adnan R. Khan: We should not confuse what is merely a group of criminal chauvinists for a disciplined and determined organization willing to commit mass casualties for their cause

People march with those who claim they are members of the Proud Boys as they attend a rally in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in support of President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

‘I feel ineffably sad… it’s so clear how much they hate Black people’

BLM-Canada co-founder Sandy Hudson on the riots at the U.S. Capitol and how anti-Black hatred has been permitted to grow in political strength without consequence

If Germany can’t stop the rise of white nationalism, how can Canada?

With an unflinching grasp of its own horrific history, Germany should be a model for dealing with neo-Nazism. But recent events suggest otherwise.

The curious incident of the American mass protest

Scott Gilmore: Democracy is fraying, mass shootings occur daily, white supremacy is marching forward. Why are the streets so empty?

Online hate is an infectious virus—and it should be addressed like real-life violence

Opinion: A reformed white supremacist on what’s changed since she helped put the Heritage Front’s leader behind bars, and how we can stop this sickness from spreading

Calling out hate groups doesn’t ‘give them oxygen’—it prevents the hate from festering

Opinion: A reformed white supremacist on how responsible reporting and informed conversation is important if we want to meaningfully tackle hateful acts

The KKK has a history in Canada. And it can return.

Canada is not immune to hate, and a look at the history of the Ku Klux Klan’s expansion efforts proves it